Gansbaai named the Hottest Great White Shark Cage Diving Spot of the World!
Gansbaai is one of the 5 Shark Cage Diving Hotspots in the world and is quickly becoming the number one preferred spot to go Shark Cage Diving with the Great White! With an estimated population of 1000 Great Whites, it’s no wonder why.
The Shark Cage Diving Operators in Gansbaai are focused and actively involved in the conservation as well as raising awareness for the mighty predators. The 8 operators that drive the industry have staff that are well-trained and hold more than 20 years of knowledge. We even hold the 2 world-renowned Shark Whisperers that swim freely with these apex hunters. They are all happy to share their knowledge and experiences, so don’t hesitate to ask.
Shark Cage Diving in Gansbaai also gives eager visitors the chance to see Great Whites breaching mere metres away from the boat to ensure that extra bit of adrenalin rush. In the cage a whole new world unfolds right in front of you. As Great White Sharks gracefully glide passed you, occasionally brushing up against the shark cage, you’ll be mesmerised by their sheer power and majesty.
Along with their concern for sharks, our Operators are also keen on providing the best diving experience for you. A short boat ride takes you to the diving site where several Great White Sharks can be viewed in one dive and allow for plenty of opportunities to get that perfect shot of the sharks breaching. Clean, dry wetsuits along with towels for after the dive are provided to ensure a comfortable dive. Snacks and refreshments are available during the dive and you can even take home your own diving video to share your experience with friends and family.
So if you’re looking for a variety of diving operators, great viewing and all year round diving then Gansbaai is definitely the spot for you. Travel to the southern tip of Africa and dive head first into the adventure of a lifetime. And if you don’t want to take our word for it, you can compare Gansbaai to other Shark Cage Diving hotspots in the World with this [J]awesome infographic: